Finally, someone has figured out that the biggest problem with the array of available feminine protection products is that they're completely bling free. So not cool.
The people at Kotex finally caught on to the fact that there are millions of us who don't really have the time to keep decorating our own tampons and pads every month. Also, glitter is expensive.
The company has taken the first step toward pimping out its product line with a contest inviting consumers to help design a forthcoming "limited edition designer series." So overdue.
But as part of a campaign aimed at positioning their products as the go-to choice for the iCarly generation, the results are likely to disappoint fans of French impressionism. I'm giving the edge to hearts, flowers and Canadian heartthrobs.
Photo: Love is a many splendored thing. Also a recurring theme in middle school design.
I'm partial to the Flourish tin and the Runway and Candyland pads by the new artists. I would have forestalled menopause had I seen this trend coming. The rhinestones might be a little difficult to flush...
Posted by: nthnglsts | April 16, 2011 at 02:26 PM
I thought the crime scene chalk outline was inspired.
Posted by: Suburban Kamikaze | April 16, 2011 at 03:03 PM